Carol Korn-Bursztyn

Brooklyn College

Carol Korn-Bursztyn, Psy.D. is a psychologist and psychoanalyst, and Professor of Education at Brooklyn College and in the Ph.D. Program in Urban Education at the Graduate School of the City University of New York. She developed and led the Early Childhood Center Programs, the lab school of the School of Education from 1991-2007. Dr. Korn-Bursztyn began her career as an English teacher and early childhood educator, and worked as a school psychologist in New York City public and private schools, and in clinical settings before coming to Brooklyn College. She maintains a private practice with children and families, and consults with schools. Professor Korn-Bursztyn is the author of numerous articles on children’s narrative, the arts in education and teacher research, and the co-author, with Alberto Bursztyn, of Rethinking Multicultural Education: Case Studies in Cultural Transition (Bergin & Garvey). She is series editor of Making Sense of Psychology (Greenwood Press).


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